Surgery for a Pet? How about adding a MicroChip!

~~Surgery for a pet?

If your pet will be having a surgical procedure with us you may ask for a HOME AGAIN Micro Chip at the time of surgery.
This chip can be placed while pet is under anesthesia for a discounted rate of $25 just print out this form!
For HomeAgain members who have the full service annual membership, there is no charge to use the Emergency Medical Hotline, staffed by ASPCA veterinarians.
If your pet does not have a HomeAgain full service annual membership, the ASPCA may charge you $65 per call.

About the Microchipping Procedure

Dog and cat microchipping is a simple procedure. A veterinarian simply injects a microchip for pets, about the size of a grain of rice (12mm), beneath the surface of your pet's skin between the shoulder blades. The process is similar to an injection and takes only a few seconds. No anesthetic is required.

How the Microchip Works

A Home Again microchip is a permanent pet ID. The microchip itself has no internal energy source, so it will last the life of your pet. It is read by passing a microchip scanner over the pet's shoulder blades. The scanner emits a low radio frequency that provides the power necessary where the chip is located to transmit the microchip's unique cat or dog ID code and positively identify the pet.

How the Microchip Brings Your Pet Home

Home Again's standard chip is the only dog & cat microchipping product on the market today that has the patented anti-migration feature to help ensure that the microchip will stay in place so that it may be easily located and scanned. If your pet gets lost and is taken to an animal shelter or veterinarian, they will scan the microchip to read its unique dog or cat ID code. This is the number used by Home Again to identify the pet and retrieve your contact information, which is used to contact you and reunite you with your pet.

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During any Surgical procedure you may ask for a HomeAgain Micro Chip the cost is $25.00

We have the K9 Flu vaccine & the Lepto vaccine.

THE LEPTO and k9 flu VACCINE REQUIRES A BOOSTER IN 3 TO 4 WEEKS THEN AGAIN ANNUALLY! 

Restrictions are must have an exam within 1yr, must be healthy with no issues.


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